Forgot your username?

Forgot your password?

Cart empty

NMLS CE and PE LIVE Webinar Classes


2018 NMLS Approved Live Webinar Education Course Classes

 The NMLS allows for individuals seeking a mortgage loan originator license to complete the required education, also known as pre-licensure (PE), in a live webinar format. MEC now offers all three formats including live webinar for PE courses. The live webinar format requires the student to attend a live streaming course and participate through the set schedule. There will be a live instructor teaching and administrating the course. Active participation and completion of course assignments is required. If you are looking for a live training with the comfort and convenience of completing the required NMLS PE education from your own computer - the live webinar format is for YOU!

To ENROLL, choose an option below or call a licensing specialist

CALL 877.403.1428 

Pre-License Education (PE) Classes Schedule

20 Hour National Pre-licensing - 3 Day Course Schedule 

For a limited time the 20 Hour webinar with test prep is $209!

 Use coupon code: PEDEAL239 


February 20th to 22nd  ENROLL HERE 

20 Hour Webinar Schedule 

There will be a small quiz after each chapter and required activities throughout the course. Each hour, there will be a 10 minute break, and a small lunch break included each day.

Day 1 - Chapters 1-4

Day 2 - Chapters 5-7

Day 3 - Chapters 8-10 and Final Exam

6.5 total hours each day

20 Hour Webinar Start Time: 8 AM Pacific/12 PM Eastern

NMLS 8 Hours of Continuing Education (CE) Webinar Classes

8 Hour Webinar Start Time: 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern 


New Dates Posted 

February 27th, 2018

March 14th, 2018

March 29th, 2018


Meet your instructor

 Industry expert Randall Birk has over 20 years of mortgage origination experience. He has taught for MEC for over 5 years and is one of our senior certified national trainers. During the webinar course you will be able to have direct contact with Randall to ask questions and get the training you need to become a successful mortgage loan originator.